F1 Drivers’ Championship 2022: Latest standings and results after the Monaco Grand Prix

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F1 Drivers’ Championship 2022: Latest standings and results after the Monaco Grand Prix
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Max Verstappen nudged clear of Charles Leclerc in the Formula One Drivers’ Championship despite both failing to win the Monaco Grand Prix.

Sergio Perez led Carlos Sainz across the line after a chaotic race on Sunday, which saw a big crash, two red flags and plenty of rain.

Verstappen took the final step on the podium ahead of Leclerc, before George Russell finished fifth for Mercedes and Lando Norris taking fastest lap in sixth. Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton , Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel also took home points.

The race was timed out of reaching the full 77 laps yet did pass three-quarters distance, enabling full points to be handed out.

Here are the current standings...

F1 Drivers’ Championship 2022 standings

Rank

Driver

Team

Points

1

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

125

2

Charles Leclerc

Ferrari

116

3

Sergio Perez

Red Bull

110

4

George Russell

Mercedes

84

5

Carlos Sainz

Ferrari

83

6

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes

50

7

Lando Norris

McLaren

48

8

Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo

40

9

Esteban Ocon

Alpine

30

10

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

15

=11

Daniel Ricciardo

McLaren

11

=11

Yuki Tsunoda

AlphaTauri

11

13

Fernando Alonso

Alpine

10

14

Pierre Gasly

AlphaTauri

6

15

Sebastian Vettel

Aston Martin

5

16

Alex Albon

Williams

3

17

Lance Stroll

Aston Martin

2

18

Guanyu Zhou

Alfa Romeo

1

Table correct as of Sunday, May 29, 2022

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